Hi, I take Betain Hydrochloride and I don't get it any more for some reason and haven't changed any habits. Was taking the stuff when I had it too. Weird in a way. I think your right and its the low acid not digesting so instead im fermenting. Thanks very much for the reply. Im so sorry I didn't reply earlier.View Thread
Me to, but the gas/bloating forces the acid up my esophagis burning. What is weird is beer cures it. I have read so much about gerd and it being low acid. Trying some of their suggestions. HCI, digestive enzymes, etc. Plenty out there on it. New findings are saying low acid causes food to ferment which pushes it back up towards throat. Maybe since alcohol produces more acid it could be true. I dont eat weat/gluten products or any other foods on the dont eat list either. Just started the HCI today and it might be working. Also no beer the last couple days so see what happens tomorrow. Good luck and luck up you tubes "how to correct Acid Reflux GERD indegestion naturally for good" its very good. take care.View Thread
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